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Consider Me Gone
aired: Sat, Mar 24, 1990
Two Melmacians invite ALF to live on their new planet, while the Alien Task Force closes in on him. Col. Halsey: Richard Fancy. Lt. Alden: Doug Ballard. Sgt. Armstrong: Larry Poindexter. Willie: Max Wright.
I Gotta Be Me
aired: Sat, Mar 10, 1990
Lynn, who's getting serious with her new boyfriend, is experiencing growing pains, and while Kate suffers, ALF hankers after her room. Lynn: Andrea Elson. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Willie: Max Wright.
Hungry Like the Wolf
aired: Sat, Mar 3, 1990
When ALF goes on a crash diet, the change in his body chemistry sends him howling back to a wolflike state in which he becomes \
aired: Mon, Feb 26, 1990
ALF pens irate letters to an ecology-damaging company.
aired: Mon, Feb 19, 1990
When ALF and Willie go prospecting for gold in the desert, the alien surroundings take their toll on them. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Lynn: Andrea Elson. Brian: Benji Gregory.
When I'm 64
aired: Mon, Feb 12, 1990
ALF sneaks into a retirement home to glimpse a faded movie heartthrob, and he ends up getting the hearts of the residents throbbing. Jack: Phil Leeds. Bernie: Eric Christmas. Rebecca: Amzie Strickland.
Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades
aired: Mon, Feb 5, 1990
ALF realizes that while he has 400 years left to live, Willie and Kate don't, which triggers a vision of life with the grown-up Tanner kids. Robert Sherwood: Dean Cameron. Brian Sr.: Edward Edwards. Roxanne: Fran Drescher.
Gimme That Old Time Religion
aired: Mon, Jan 29, 1990
The family lets ALF preside over a renewal of wedding vows between Kate and Willie (Anne Schedeen, Max Wright). Lynn: Andrea Elson. Brian: Benji Gregory. Raquel: Liz Sheridan.
aired: Mon, Jan 22, 1990
Lynn turns green with envy when her art teacher prefers ALF's paintings over hers. Michael: Gregory Cooke. Ellen: Tara Karsian. Charlie: William Brochtrup. Lynn: Andrea Elson. Willie: Max Wright.
Love on the Rocks
aired: Mon, Jan 15, 1990
Neal's wife wants to reconcile, but ALF suspects her motives.
Make 'em Laugh
aired: Mon, Dec 18, 1989
ALF dreams he's a superstar comic, but it isn't funny when his career tumbles. Brandon Tartikoff and Casey Kasem appear as themselves. Howie Anderson: John Pinette. Sid: Wayne Powers. Willie: Max Wright.
It's My Party
aired: Mon, Dec 11, 1989
When Willie and Kate throw a luau, it's no picnic trying to keep ALF away from the guests---and the barbecued pig. Rex: Jonathan Schmock. Mr. Rasmussen: Alex Henteloff. Robert: Dean Cameron. Julius: Theodore Raimi.
aired: Mon, Dec 4, 1989
ALF catches a cold, but when a week passes and he's not over it, Willie and Kate worry he'll never get well. Max Wright, Anne Schedeen. Trevor: John La Motta. Raquel: Liz Sheridan. Lynn: Andrea Elson.
aired: Mon, Nov 27, 1989
ALF moves in with Neal, who plays Felix to ALF's Oscar in an intergalactic version of \
Break Up to Make Up
aired: Mon, Nov 20, 1989
ALF's anniversary party is broken up by Dorothy, who has broken up with Whizzer (Paul Dooley), who's broken up over the separation. Airport Worker: Steve Sweeney. Neal: Jim J. Bullock.
Live and Let Die
aired: Mon, Nov 13, 1989
When the Tanners' cat dies, ALF is forbidden to feast on the feline, which triggers a craving for cats that the family scrambles to squelch. Joanie: Holly Fields. Trevor: John La Motta. Willie: Max Wright.
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
aired: Mon, Nov 6, 1989
With Neil always at the Tanners', Willie decides an introduction to an alien is in order. Willie: Max Wright. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Lynn: Andrea Elson. Brian: Benji Gregory.
He Ain't Heavy, He's Willie's Brother
aired: Mon, Oct 30, 1989
The Tanners put up---and put up with---Willie's eager-to-please younger brother, who arrives after his wife leaves him. Willie: Max Wright. Kate: Anne Schedeen.
Hooked on a Feeling
aired: Mon, Oct 23, 1989
ALF becomes addicted to cotton, and when he resorts to eating lint, Willie subs for him in a behavior-modification group that he hopes will get the boll weevil off ALF's back. Howard: Rob Neukirch. Ron: Joe Mays.
aired: Mon, Oct 16, 1989
Larry inadvertently introduces ALF to a new hobby---psychotherapy---and the analyzing alien drives the family crazy with constant commentary on their mental states. Willie: Max Wright. Kate: Anne Schedeen.
We're in the Money
aired: Mon, Oct 9, 1989
Willie's blood pressure rises along with the Dow Jones average when he decides to go along with ALF's stock-market investments. Willie: Max Wright. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Brian: Benji Gregory. Lynn: Andrea Elson.
Wanted: Dead or Alive
aired: Mon, Oct 2, 1989
ALF tries to protect Willie from the law when his picture is flashed on a TV crimestoppers show, but Trevor is the one who reaches out to grab the reward. FBI No. 1: David Alan Grier. Willie No. 1: Bob Bancroft. TV Host: John Ingle.
aired: Mon, Sep 25, 1989
A tabloid pays ALF for his out-of-this-world reporting, but when the article's facts are changed, ALF sets the record straight with a face-to-face interview. Marilyn Geiser: Judith-Marie Bergan. Phil: Charles Dougherty.
Baby, Come Back
aired: Mon, Sep 18, 1989
ALF assures Kate that baby-sitting isn't alien to him, then wishes he were on another planet when he loses little Eric (J.R. and Charles Nickerson). Miss Williams: Missy Francis. Willie: Max Wright.
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Season 3, Episode 26
aired: Mon, May 8, 1989
ALF anticipates the arrival of a new life form---Kate's baby---by studying tapes of sitcom dad Rob Petrie (\
Having My Baby
aired: Mon, May 1, 1989
An earthquake rocks the Tanner home, and ALF is shook up when he realizes his new planet is just as fragile as his old one. Sabato Springs Man: Bruno Acalinas. Brian: Benji Gregory. Willie: Max Wright.
Shake, Rattle and Roll
aired: Mon, Apr 17, 1989
ALF imagines himself and the Tanners in classic films.
Like an Old Time Movie
aired: Mon, Apr 10, 1989
Jake's coldness toward his visiting mother prompts ALF to try to reconcile the alienated pair. Jake: Josh Blake. Raquel: Liz Sheridan. Trevor: John La Motta. Willie: Max Wright. Brian: Benji Gregory.
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?
aired: Mon, Mar 27, 1989
Badger Scout Brian is afraid of the dark, so ALF and Jake help prepare him for his first overnight by pitching a tent in the yard, where ALF proceeds to pitch a fit. Brian: Benji Gregory. Jake: Josh Blake.
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
aired: Mon, Mar 20, 1989
It's no picnic for the Tanners when Willie buys ALF an ant farm and he cultivates a deep and abiding attachment to the critters. Willie: Max Wright. Lynn: Andrea Elson. Brian: Benji Gregory. Kate: Anne Schedeen.
Funeral for a Friend
aired: Mon, Mar 6, 1989
After ALF scrambles a message, Lynn is stuck with two dates, and the only one available to give her advice is the alien. Danny: Ricky Paull Goldin. Randy Boylan: Mark Clayman. Lynn: Andrea Elson.
Torn Between Two Lovers
aired: Mon, Feb 27, 1989
ALF believes he's suffering from a run of bad luck that can only be cured by a Melmacian ritual involving the wearing of meat. TV Shrink: David Wohl. Willie: Max Wright. Jake: Josh Blake. Lynn: Andrea Elson.
aired: Mon, Feb 20, 1989
When Jake asks ALF to write love letters to a girl he has a crush on, ALF takes the role of \
Standing in the Shadows of Love
aired: Mon, Feb 13, 1989
A blackmailer threatens to turn ALF in but when the Tanners laugh it off ALF takes matters into his own hands. Lee Frasier: Peter Iacangelo. Farmer: Bill Wiley.
aired: Mon, Feb 6, 1989
Baby fever hits as Raquel throws a shower for Kate, while ALF discovers he's allergic to infants. Laverne: Nancy Lenehan. Sylvia: Stephanie Hagen. Stephanie: Wendy Oates-Ferrand. Andrea: Rebecca Boone.
aired: Mon, Jan 23, 1989
ALF is convinced that Elvis has returned to rock a mini-Graceland two doors down. Aaron King: Peter Willcox. Raquel: Liz Sheridan. Willie: Max Wright.
aired: Mon, Jan 16, 1989
ALF, Lynn and Jake are cohorts in a scheme to fix the auto mechanic who took Willie for a ride. Consumer advocate David Horowitz has a cameo. Sam: Tom La Grua. Jake: Josh Blake. Lynn: Andrea Elson.
aired: Mon, Jan 9, 1989
ALF patrols the grounds after Willie brings home a pushy guest who's in a witness-protection program. Doug: Jesse D. Goins. John: Ron Steelman. Willie: Max Wright. Trevor: John La Motta.
aired: Mon, Dec 12, 1988
Willie encourages ALF to take up prestidigitation until things start disappearing---and reappearing in a million pieces. Willie: Max Wright. Brian: Benji Gregory. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Lynn: Andrea Elson.
Do You Believe in Magic?
aired: Mon, Dec 5, 1988
ALF takes a tabloid story to heart, believing his cousin Blinky is residing with a couple in California. Betty: Kathleen Freeman. Nick: Richard McKenzie. Lynn: Andrea Elson. Kate: Anne Schedeen.
Alone Again, Naturally
aired: Mon, Nov 28, 1988
Willie unearths some '60s relics that send him tripping back to those groovy days, where he finds a certain alien has reached another astral plane. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Brian: Benji Gregory.
My Back Pages
aired: Mon, Nov 21, 1988
ALF stages his own protest when Willie turns househusband during a strike and Kate goes back to work. Stephanie: Wendy Oates-Ferrand. Brian: Benji Gregory. Lynn: Andrea Elson.
aired: Tue, Nov 15, 1988
ALF tries to avoid an alien task force.
Turkey in the Straw: Part 1
aired: Mon, Oct 31, 1988
After Lynn gives ALF the cold shoulder for blabbing a secret, the furry alien uses his \
aired: Mon, Oct 24, 1988
ALF is guest host on ``The Tonight Show.''
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
aired: Mon, Oct 17, 1988
ALF gets displaced when Trevor moves in with the Tanners after the Ochmoneks break up. Raquel: Liz Sheridan. Jake: Josh Blake. Myrna Byrd: Beverly Archer. Willie: Max Wright. Kate: Anne Schedeen.
Stairway to Heaven
aired: Mon, Oct 10, 1988
A guardian angel shows ALF how wonderful life would be for the Tanners without him---and vice versa. Mavis: Lindy Nisbet. Willie: Max Wright. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Raquel: Liz Sheridan.
Stop in the Name of Love
aired: Mon, Oct 3, 1988
Lynn's dream date at the drive-in could turn into a nightmare when a nosy alien gets stuck in the back seat. Danny: Ricky Paull Goldin. Lynn: Andrea Elson. Willie: Max Wright. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Brian: Benji Gregory.
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aired: Mon, May 9, 1988
ALF gets a job as a \
We Are Family
aired: Mon, May 2, 1988
ALF ponders going public, inducing a fantasy about taking over David Letterman's desk; and the Tanners plan a \
aired: Mon, Mar 28, 1988
ALF plays a pink elephant to help Kate's alcoholic friend face up to her drinking problem. Betty: Hilarie Thompson. Sylvia: Stephanie Hagen. Tim: Beau Dremann. Waiter: Patrick Cochran.
I'm Your Puppet
aired: Mon, Mar 21, 1988
ALF becomes possessed by a devilish ventriloquist's dummy. Larry Dykstra: Bill Daily. Delivery Man: Fred Gross. Willie: Max Wright. Kate: Anne Schedeen.
aired: Mon, Mar 14, 1988
Willie's promotion means the Tanners have to move, but ALF scares away prospective buyers for the house. Alexander: Joe Colligan. Mary: Nancy Linari. Howard: Robert Beuth. Sid: H. Raymond Huff.
Hit Me with Your Best Shot
aired: Mon, Mar 7, 1988
Willie's attempts to teach Brian pacifism backfire as a neighborhood bully goads Tanner into going a few rounds. Mr. Duncan: Martin Doyle. Raquel: Liz Sheridan. Trevor: John La Motta. Lynn: Andrea Elson.
You Ain't Nothin' but a Hound Dog
aired: Mon, Feb 29, 1988
ALF is upstaged by a lovable dog that followed Brian home, so he gives the pooch away to a crotchety woman. Ethel: Anne Ramsey. Hannah: Nicole Dubuc. Vince: Logan Ramsey. Trevor: John La Motta.
We Gotta Get Out of This Place
aired: Mon, Feb 22, 1988
It's a case of the overprotective alien leading the blind when ALF invites a sightless friend to stay with the Tanners. Willie: Max Wright. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Lynn: Andrea Elson. Brian: Benji Gregory.
Someone To Watch Over Me: Part 2
aired: Mon, Feb 15, 1988
Conclusion. The police mistake ALF for a burglar with hungry hostages and send for pizza and the SWAT team. Max Wright, Anne Schedeen. Officer Griswald: Raye Birk. Mrs. Byrd: Beverly Archer. Officer Gaffney: Hal Havins.
Someone To Watch Over Me: Part 1
aired: Mon, Feb 8, 1988
After false alarms, neighborhood-watch leader ALF comes schnoz-to-nose with a burglar. Part 1 of two. Mrs. Byrd: Beverly Archer. Officer Griswald: Raye Birk. Willie: Max Wright. Jake: Josh Blake.
We're So Sorry, Uncle Albert
aired: Mon, Jan 25, 1988
The sight of ALF's hairy visage scares Willie's Uncle Albert to death, a concept decidedly alien to the resident alien. Willie: Max Wright. Lynn: Andrea Elson. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Brian: Benji Gregory.
Can I Get a Witness?
aired: Mon, Jan 11, 1988
ALF demands a trial by a jury of the Tanners when he's accused of breaking the Ochmoneks' window. Max Wright, Anne Schedeen. Raquel: Liz Sheridan. Trevor: John La Motta. Brian: Benji Gregory.
Season 2, Episode 13
aired: Mon, Dec 14, 1987
Left alone at Christmas, ALF gets mixed in with gifts donated to a hospital and is mistaken for a stuffed animal. Part 1 of two. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Willie: Max Wright. Brian: Benji Gregory. Lynn: Andrea Elson.
Hail to the Chief
aired: Mon, Dec 7, 1987
Kate has a dream that ALF becomes a Presidential candidate. Political interviewer John McLaughlin plays himself. Sen. Hossenfeffer: Louis Felder. Rep. Peal: John O'Connell. Brian: Benji Gregory.
Isn't It Romantic?
aired: Mon, Nov 23, 1987
ALF and the kids rekindle the romance in the Tanners' marriage by re-creating their honeymoon. Max Wright, Anne Schedeen. Brian: Benji Gregory.
aired: Mon, Nov 16, 1987
Longing for adventure, ALF and Willie ride the rails, hankering for beans and accidentally scaring hobos. Gravel Gus: Tracey Walter. Brian: Benji Gregory. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Lynn: Andrea Elson.
Something's Wrong with Me
aired: Mon, Nov 9, 1987
ALF's attack of the \
Oh, Pretty Woman
aired: Mon, Nov 2, 1987
After Lynn gets dumped by a date, ALF tries to boost her self-esteem by entering her in a beauty contest. Miss Bartley: Suzanne Hunt. Kate: Anne Schedeen. Willie: Max Wright. Brian: Benji Gregory.
Some Enchanted Evening
aired: Mon, Oct 26, 1987
ALF crashes the Tanners' Halloween bash, held to win Willie a job promotion. Burke: Richard Roat. Lizard: Geoffrey Blake. Felicia: Melanie Noble. Billings: Lewis Arquette. Bernice: Linda Hoy.
aired: Mon, Oct 19, 1987
The Tanners become a ratings family and ALF rigs the system so that his favorite show, \
Wedding Bell Blues
aired: Mon, Oct 12, 1987
ALF, upset by a lie his parents told him, becomes the hairiest monk in history in order to \
Take a Look at Me Now
aired: Mon, Oct 5, 1987
Mrs. Ochmonek catches a glimpse of ALF but begins to doubt her own sanity when no one will believe her. Max Wright, Anne Schedeen. Trevor: John LaMotta. Lenny Scott: Raye Birk.
Somewhere Over the Rerun: The Ballad of Gilligan's Island
aired: Mon, Sep 28, 1987
ALF: The Ballad Of Gilligan's Island
Working My Way Back to You
aired: Mon, Sep 21, 1987
ALF pleads for a second chance after being banished for conduct unbecoming an alien. Max Wright, Anne Schedeen. Trevor: John La Motta. Lynn: Andrea Elson. Brian: Benji Gregory.
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Come Fly with Me
aired: Mon, May 11, 1987
ALF thinks he's won in a publisher's sweepstakes, but the actual truth is that he subscribed to "hundreds of magazines" (Willie probably exaggerates here)... The next leaflet ALF gets his hands on does promise free gifts, but only if the family comes to listen to a sales pitch for vacation homes. The Ochmoneks are going there, so Trevor invites the Tanners to come along. The reluctant Willie eventually warms to the idea, but ALF has to stay home. Or is it that he should stay home?
aired: Mon, May 4, 1987
An insect from Melmac has an unexpected reaction when exposed to earthly chemicals.
aired: Mon, Apr 13, 1987
When the living room TV breaks down, Willie declares that he won't have it fixed, despite ALF's complaints that he has nothing to do but watch TV. ALF keeps pressuring Willie, who discovers that the TV is still under warranty and he can have it sent to the factory for repairs. Except that the factory is in Libya and Willie would have to pay for shipping... ALF thinks Willie has been conned, so he calls Consumer Ed, the guy who fights for consumers' rights on TV... Brian announces that he needs to come up with a project for the Science Carnival. On his own, Brian creates a model of the Solar System. ALF points out that there are inaccuracies and offers to help.
aired: Mon, Apr 6, 1987
The Tanners are preparing for a garage sale to get some money for house payments. ALF discovers the alluring world of horse racing thanks to Kate's mom who bets on them. When the concept of a bookie is explained to ALF, he gets the bright idea of getting the Tanners some money through betting. When his initial bets yield only profit, the plan seems good... at that time.
It Isn't Easy... Bein' Green
aired: Mon, Mar 30, 1987
Lynn has introduced ALF to rap music, much to Willie's dislike. Willie himself is making the final changes to Brian's song in the school pageant where the kids dress as vegetables. Unfortunately, Brian is suffering from stage fright, which causes him to forget the lyrics. ALF offers to help...
Lookin' Through the Windows
aired: Mon, Mar 23, 1987
There's a power blackout, so ALF is passing the time by watching the Tanners' neighbors, the Ochmoneks, who are fighting. Trevor Ochmonek appears at the Tanners' door, seeking peace and quiet from the angry Raquel. Soon after, Raquel comes to demand that Trevor return home. The Tanners persuade him to do so. Night falls and ALF hears the Ochmoneks continue fighting. Suddenly it becomes silent. Too silent for ALF, who's convinced that something foul has happened at the Ochmoneks...
Going Out of My Head Over You
aired: Mon, Mar 16, 1987
Brian has to lie to his friend who wants to come for a sleepover that the Tanner's basement is flooded, because ALF must be kept secret. Willie then tries to explain to Brian that lying is always wrong even though Brian has to keep lying because of ALF. Lying to the Ochmonecks is also tiring Willie, not to mention having to put up with ALF's antics. Kate suggests Willie talk to Larry, a therapist they know. Of course, Willie has to prove that ALF exists and is not his hallucination, which means that Larry and ALF meet.
aired: Mon, Mar 2, 1987
ALF starts to go through a phase where his erratic behavior and hunger for cats will, in his own words, make him "ALF to the tenth power". He wants Willie to build a cage where he can be locked in until the phase is over. Will the cage be strong enough? Can they keep him locked in when he tries to plot himself out?
aired: Mon, Feb 16, 1987
ALF is now into gardening, which means he's turned over the Tanner's entire backyard. Willie has a problem at work: a lost Mexican boy is at his office and Willie is trying to track down his father. When that fails, and Willie's boss couldn't care less about helping the boy, Willie has no option but to bring the boy home.
Season 1, Episode 17
aired: Mon, Feb 9, 1987
ALF still believes that his name is Wayne Schlagel and that he's an insurance agent. Worse still, he has called the police to the Tanners. The Tanners have only a short while before the police arrive, so they try to make ALF remember who he really is by telling more stories from the past.
Try to Remember
aired: Mon, Feb 9, 1987
ALF bumps his head and loses his memory. All he knows is that his name is Wayne Schlagel and that he's an insurance agent. The Tanners try to help ALF remember who he really is.
I've Got a New Attitude
aired: Mon, Feb 2, 1987
Willie catches ALF from eating a box of chocolate that was to be a Valentine's Day present for Kate. This incites Willie to give ALF a lecture on how ALF does not respect private property and needs to adopt a new attitude. Also, Kate's mom is moving out of the Tanners' house. The problem is that her new neighbor, Whizzer, wants to come help Dorothy move her stuff, which means ALF has to hide from him. Kate likes Whizzer and suggests that they invite him over for dinner. Dorothy doesn't want that. ALF interjects by claiming to have spoken to Dorothy's dead husband Sparky's spirit, who wants Dorothy to move on. Apparently, all Melmacians have the ability to speak to the dead. Dorothy wants ALF to prove his ability and let her speak to Sparky through ALF.
A Little Bit of Soap
aired: Mon, Jan 19, 1987
ALF and Kate's mom are arguing about TV. Kate's mom thinks ALF's favorite soap opera, Midwest General, is sleaze, and shows him her favorite, One World to Hope For, which ALF thinks is boring. Angered, ALF argues that he could write a better script for the series than the writers are coming up with. So ALF actually writes a script and sends it in. The production company ends up filming ALF's script that bears not-so-subtle similarities to the situation at the Tanners' house...
Mother and Child Reunion
aired: Mon, Jan 12, 1987
Kate's mother, who is not on warm terms with Willie, arrives for a surprise visit that forces the Tanners to lock ALF in the garage for "a few days". The problem is that ALF just can't stand being not allowed to roam around in the house, with all the luxuries there. So he just has to do something.
aired: Mon, Dec 15, 1986
It's Christmastime. Unfortunately ALF chops the Christmas tree into firewood before anyone notices. The Tanners then have two tasks: to teach ALF all about Christmas and find a new Christmas tree.
On the Road Again
aired: Mon, Dec 8, 1986
Willie suggests that they go to San Diego on holiday. Kate is all for it, but there's a slight problem: what to do with ALF? Since leaving ALF alone is a recipe for disaster, the family takes him along for the road trip. However, the weather turns stormy; ALF gets bored of sitting in the RV and starts complaining. Willie goes mental and shows ALF the door. Defiantly, ALF wanders off.
Baby, You Can Drive My Car
aired: Mon, Dec 1, 1986
Lynn is going to a concert with her friend and is waiting to get the car for the evening, but Willie and Kate are running late. They finally arrive… with the help a tow truck. The tow truck man estimates that the repairs will cost over 3,000 dollars. Lynn is upset and wishes for another car. Willie has to explain that they can't afford it, especially since a lot of money went into repairing the garage roof because ALF crash-landed on it. Lynn wants to start saving money by getting a job, but her parents aren't sure she can balance school and work. Cue ALF to the rescue... or should we say a disaster?
aired: Mon, Nov 24, 1986
It's Willie's birthday. ALF gives him a box he found in the basement. It's full of photos from high school and college. There's also a menu, on the back of which Kate and Willie both made lists of things they wanted to achieve in life. Kate actually did the things on her list, but Willie did not. This starts to haunt him so badly that he decides to do the list.
Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue?
aired: Mon, Nov 17, 1986
Lynn is excited because Scott wants to keep all his band equipment in the Tanner's garage. Willie is not so excited. Lynn is interested in Scott and begs for Willie to allow Scott to keep the equipment in their garage for just two days. Willie gives her his permission. ALF is not happy - he was supposed to be re-decorating his room with Lynn. And he also has a crush on Lynn, so he proceeds to sabotage Scott's time with Lynn while trying to come up with something to impress her.
Help Me, Rhonda
aired: Mon, Nov 10, 1986
Brian's 7th birthday is approaching and it gets ALF depressed, because he realizes he's never going to see his friends on Melmac again - he was finally going to get together with his true love Rhonda and then the planet exploded. In sleep, ALF dreams about his 228th birthday on Melmac, just before the explosion. In order to cheer ALF up, Brian and Willie start broadcasting into space, in hopes of finding another survivor from Melmac.
For Your Eyes Only
aired: Fri, Oct 3, 1986
ALF befriends a lonely blind girl.
Keepin' the Faith
aired: Mon, Oct 20, 1986
ALF is insulted when the Tanners consider him a parasite, free-loader, sponger. He tries to make money to be less of a burden on the family, but puts Willie's VISA card over the limit purchasing "Terry Faith Cosmetics" to sell at a house party.
aired: Mon, Oct 13, 1986
ALF, having lost his planet in an explosion, becomes very concerned about earth's nuclear proliferation. He uses Willie's short wave radio to contact the President of the United States aboard Airforce One - to the great displeasure of the FBI.
Looking for Lucky
aired: Mon, Oct 6, 1986
Lucky is missing and the evidence suggests that ALF ate Lucky, although he claims to be innocent.
Strangers in the Night
aired: Mon, Sep 29, 1986
Everybody except Brian and ALF are leaving the house for the evening, but Kate doesn't want ALF to babysit Brian, so Willie calls their ever-snooping neighbor Mrs. Ochmonek. ALF is told to stay in the bedroom, but when Mrs. Ochmonek starts to watch the movie Psycho, which ALF wants to see, he can't resist sneaking out of the bedroom. Mrs. Ochmonek is in for some unusual experiences.
aired: Mon, Sep 22, 1986
The whole story starts here as Gordon Shumway, a Melmacian who escaped his planet before it was destroyed, crash lands into the garage of the Tanner family. The Tanners call him "ALF" because he is an Alien Life Form and they decide to keep his presence a secret so that the U.S. Government will not take away the space being and subject him to experiments. From the beginning, there is no sanity for the Tanner family.